It is widely known that U.S. service members must meet stringent physical standards to serve, but maintaining a high level of fitness can be a challenge for pregnant and postpartum […]
Capt. Terrie Boisvenu-Hoatland, officer in charge of primary care at the Wiesbaden Health Clinic, innoculates U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden commander Col. Mary Martin with the influenza vaccine as Command Sgt. […]
Have you ever felt surprised by an emotion you expressed that seemed out of place? Have you laughed when you should have cried and vice-versa?
Community member credits faith, support to major weight loss
Do you remember what you were doing on 9/11? Who were you with? What were you wearing when you found out about the towers? I bet most of those details are pretty clear to you.
It has often been said that optimism is something that can’t be taught. You are either a glass is half-full or a glass is half-empty kind of person.
September is the Army’s suicide prevention month, and as such, it is essential that there be a focus on the importance of resilience building as it pertains to suicide awareness.
In order to build resiliency and change the Army culture, programs and tools must focus on the total Army of Soldiers, civilians and family members.